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Volunteers sew face masks for WHHS staff and students

September 1, 2020

The whir of a sewing machine, the press of an iron, the satisfying snap of an elastic. SENIOR Tamar Sella carefully finishes a handmade face mask, one of hu...

SENIOR Michael Conte poses for a picture in his Midland baseball uniform, the team that would help him get looks from college scouts on his way to being recruited.

SENIOR Feature: Michael Conte commits to Central Michigan University on baseball scholarship.

August 17, 2020

For the past three years SENIOR Michael Conte has been making his name known around baseball in the ECC as one of the best pitchers in the conference. On ...

The Aug. 7 Eagle Flyer included plans for WHHS’ remote bell schedule. The start time on Wednesday has since been moved to 8:00 a.m.

WHHS announces remote bell schedule

August 8, 2020

Update: As of Aug. 17, remote classes on Wednesdays will begin at 8 a.m., not at 8:30 as previously stated.     On Aug. 7, Principal J...

WHHS teachers react to CPS reopening decision and plan for fall

WHHS teachers react to CPS reopening decision and plan for fall

July 22, 2020

On June 29, the CPS Board of Education voted to return to school this fall with a hybrid learning model. With the first day of school on August 24, som...

As COVID-19 continues to impact the United States, xenophobia is becoming more common. A poster in a New York City subway station seeks to combat this xenophobia by raising awareness of the problem.

Xenophobia on the rise as COVID-19 spreads

May 9, 2020

Amid panic about the COVID-19 pandemic, another virus has spread quickly through the United States: xenophobia against Asian Americans.  A website...

Student Congress Election Results 2020-2021

Bonbon- BonBon Liang, ‘21, current Junior Class Vice President, won her bid for Student Congress Executive Board President for the year 2020-2021.

May 2, 2020

The polls are closed and the votes are in, here are the results of the 2020-2021 Student Congress Elections! Student Congress Executive Board President...

SENIOR tribute evokes emotions

SENIOR tribute evokes emotions

April 22, 2020

On April 13, Margo Fisher-Bellman released a video tribute from other faculty to the SENIOR class of WHHS in response to the cancellation of multiple events because o...

Coronavirus in Ohio

As COVID-19 spreads, Ohio's healthcare workers and hospitals are being overwhelmed. Masks are critical, but they are in short supply. Gov. Mike DeWine, pictured above, is working to get more masks and sanitze existing ones.

Kat Swift

April 14, 2020

As of April 13, there were 6,881 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 268 confirmed deaths in Ohio. Hospitals and healthcare workers are being overwhelmed, with the...

QUIZ: how much do you know about COVID-19?

QUIZ: how much do you know about COVID-19?

April 7, 2020

How much do you know about COVID-19? Answer questions like: Which surface can coronavirus live the longest on? Until when has Gov. Mike Dewine ordered Ohioa...

Students who participated in the UC Math Bowl gather around Dr. William Gordon, the club advisor of the WHHS Math Team. The team was made up of students from outside the Math Team as well, encouraging anyone with an interest in mathematics to participate in the competition.

Math Team madness

March 31, 2020

On March 7, students who excel in math from all around the Greater Cincinnati area came together to compete at the annual University of Cincinnati Math...

Members of the Junior Engineering Technical Society pose for a picture at the regional competition.

JETS launch into competition at UC

March 31, 2020

From AP Physics classes to a CCP Intro to Engineering class, WHHS presents many opportunities for students interested in STEM fields. A prime example of...

Members of the WHHS Science Olympiad team pose with their commemorative plaque for ranking third in the regional competition. Medals were also awarded to students for placing in the top six of individual events.

Science beyond the classroom

March 31, 2020

At WHHS, a student interested in multiple science fields could take AP Chemistry, perhaps Zoology, Anatomy and Meteorology, maybe even stretch into Physics....

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